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creation. he's here to go on the record. indiana governor mitch daniels is back. he managed to do in indiana what everyone in washington is beginning to think is impossible. going from deficit to surplus. how did he do it? governor daniels will tell you. first arizona senator mccain goes on the record. the jobs act. the president wants to pay for it. he has sent up his methodology to pay for it what do you think about it? >> i think the whole thing is unfortunate. it is clearly a campaign employ. the president keeps going around the country saying pass it now. pass what? they have not sent over legislation that they want us to pass. one of the reasons because there are a number of democrat senators who are up in the 2012 election who are very nervous about something like this. the second thing about it, it is obvious this bash the rich, class warfare kind of thing that has not worked in the past and i don't think it is working now. greta, in 1968, i'm not sure, they were worried about a small number of millionaires so that we passed this thing called the alternate minimum tax. tha
of a semi truck and tried in indiana on the interstate ... the victim was stephen downing of heart indiana authorities are investigating why he fell out of his truck it does not believe that the truck driver pushed him out there were involved in a relationship ... >>students are being encouraged to boycott school to get some roles changed in waukegan ... >>we have a live report >>these parents are encouraging everyone across the city to keep their children, and friday they are holding up their tax bills and their rallying on the steps of city hall ... would you want your trove walking across a busy four-lane street like this one? alone every day just to get to school ... this woman walks her seven year-old granddaughter to school every day now >>it's a hassle ... >>is schoolbus just less spring used to pick up the child from its whittier elementary school route ... >>the new rules say that kindergarten and first grade students to live within a half mile of the school will not receive bus service the other grades up to eighth grade that live within a mile and half will not get service
, illinois, ohio, indiana, louisiana and florida. and so now the majority says they are going to pay for this bill. how? by ending a program that has created jobs. that's the reality. it cuts it off. even though there are applications pending that will create thousands of more jobs in the manufacturing base of this country. in indiana, missouri, ohio, california, michigan and other states. it's inexcusable. it's inexcusable. mr. woodall: will the gentleman yield? mr. levin: yes. mr. woodall: you may have some information that we didn't have in the rules committee. my understanding is that this program, which has billions that were appropriated in 2008 and have not yet been spent -- mr. levin: all right. you've been misinformed. you've been misinformed. there are millions -- millions and millions of dollars that are already in the pipeline to be spent and applications for the balance of that money. that's a fact. and so if you've been misinformed i suggest you go back to the rules committee and take another look at this. this is an anti-jobs bill when we needs jobs in the united state
and may settle between michigan, indiana and ohio. that area of low pressure is going to do something similar to what tropical storm lee had done, although not the same system. that came out of the gulf and dumped almost a foot of rain in parts of maryland. this time we have actually tapped into a tropical type feed. that is going to combine with that area of low pressure that is going to lock everything and flow it up from the gulfstream and into the mid-atlantic. we could wind up with a few inches of rainfall, depending on where that low pressure happens to stackups and where it is going to lineup the conveyor belt of moisture. mostly cloudy and developing showers, 74. we can't really shake the moisture. 66 and fog and showers tonight. tomorrow afternoon we could have heavy rain. our best threat of flooding, showers linger in through the weekend. >> reporter: 70 westbound at maryland 97, that accident is clear. 29 southbound at frederick road, that accident is clear as well. the not so good news. let's take a live look at our camera at the beltway. volume in both directions. outer l
manufacturers. all of this is produced here in america. in minnesota, illinois, indiana, and those are jobs. so when they prosper, we get a job creation all across america. so thank you, because this is really what we're out here trying to do. because as you grow and prosper, so does america grow and prosper. this brings me to what the president talked about this week. you know, president obama traveled all around the country and visits companies like this. i know he will love to see something like this. >> he is welcome any time. [laughter] >> he understands small business, and it is really in his heart. one of the things you see in the america's jobs act as a focus on small business. for example, the first thing that you see is there's going to be payroll tax relief for small businesses. payroll taxes cut in half. we were talking about, what are you going to do with that money? this is a company that has more growth opportunities, more demand, more pathways in front of it than it has the ability to pursue in the resources to pursue. right away, they said that money can go to more marketing, a
of minnesota. going to have a slow crawl, drop itself around michigan or midwest ohio, indiana. it is going to park itself there. i want to show you right now, all the moisture and storms filing up from the southeast, this particular pattern developing storms around savannah, georgia and its way up coastal south carolina. all this added moisture pumping into the system. this is going to look like lee did. lee itself came onshore in southeast louisiana. dumped rainfall through the appalachians. this is not the same set up. we are going to take our low pressure and drop it to the south. you can see pumping in all this moisture. southeast winds this part of the world will always prove itself to add moisture off the atlantic. we have rainfall heavy tomorrow afternoon. this area of low pressure as we pump in steady, heavy rainfall. that is the problem here, get that old map out it this. morning fog could be thick, showers midday. quick peak at this forecast. maybe flooding on friday, 74. unfortunately, the threat of showers and storms continue through the bend into early next week. >>> camden tr
is going to get cut off. it may settle somewhere southern great lakes, michigan, indiana, ohio, we are going to have to watch this pattern. this is really important, that area of low pressure is going to tap into the wind we have pulling up. this thing may start looking like what happened with lee, even though that was a tropical system area of low pressure stun stuck there. check out our forecast model with showers that pop up this afternoon and more moisture with the southeast early wind -- with the southeast wind. a chance of late showers and spotty showers and fog overnight. let's see if the fog is affecting anyone's commute. >> you definitely have to be careful out there. if you run into fog, slow down. visibility will be reduced. let's look at our live traffic cameras. the first one on 95 at 175. possible fog in this area but not so bad a little bit south in northern laurel. the fort mchenry tunnel, all the cars coming southbound. all of your lanes open right now. road work is clear so on 70 -- on 70. >>> this morning construction volunteers will sign up to take part in the e
, but by today's standards, early versions didn't offer much safety. 90 years later, an indiana company is looking to the indiana 500 for what they believe is the safest car next. >> being close to indianapolis is what inspired us to work with us. >> reporter: the answer is materials used similar to the ones used in race car seats. it reduces the impact by spreading out the force of the collision and it's been put to the test. >> we've concentrated on side impact crashes primarily because they're the most dangers. in all the advances of automotive safety, a lot of that is up in the vehicle. but when you talk about side impact crashes you have approximately 18 inches of distance between the side of the vehicle and the occupant. >> reporter: the developer says the key is protecting the child's head and the upper torso. >> the side of the seat itself, so we have larger wings so we're dealing with and addressing the intrusion that happens on a side impact crash. >> reporter: air protect is on the road now and they hope crash protect is the only thing taking a hit. >>> the brutal mebeating o
43%. >> look, i think north carolina and indiana are going to be the two toughest states for obama to carry again of the ones he carried in 2008. he's way under water in north carolina. further under water in indiana. remember, the democrats have their convention in north carolina and they put it there on purpose because they're planning on using it to organize for the november general election. >> brian: right. now let's go to virginia. that's where you are. the one with 52% of the vote there and he brought a virginia senator, senator webb with him in the process. were held today. remember, he did better in virginia considerably better in virginia than he did in ohio. so actually if virginia goes down, it's a bad sign for ohio and some of the other close states for the obama camp. >> brian: it's getting really exciting, even though we're 14 months away. the debate is tomorrow. it will be great and we'll find out how they match up head to head. the president has his work cut out for him. always great to see you. have a great day. >> thank you, brian. looking forward to the debate.
years later an indiana division of derail industries is looking to the indy 500 for ideas to create what they believe is the safest car seat yet. >> being close to indianapolis really is what inspired us to try to work with them. >> reporter: the answer is in a material similar to the ones used in the race car seats. it's a foam called airprotect, it redices impact by spreading out the force of the collision and it's been put to the test. >> we've concentrated or side impact crashes primarily because they're the most dangerous. in all advances of automotive safety, a lot is up at the front of vehicle. side impact, 18 inches of distance between the side of the vehicle and the occupant. >> reporter: developer, say the key is protecting the child's head and upper torso. >> the design of the seat itself, how we have larger wings out the side, we'll dealing with and addressing the intrusion that happens in a side impact crash. >> reporter: airprotect is on the road now and investors hope crash statistics will be the only thing taking a hit. reynolds wolf, cnn. [ oswald ] there's a lot of disc
a letter from c.b.o. to senator evan bayh, former senator evan bayh, of indianaering that was in thove of 2009, some five months after passage of obamacare. i'm sorry, that was actually six months before. this is when the bill was being developed an a -- and debated in the senate. if you like your health plan you cannot keep your health plan. according to the united states census pew roe, the 2010 census shows that employer-provided insurance fell by 1.5 million to 55.3% from 56.1% in 2009. and it is continuing to fall and it would not surprise me if within the next six to eight years, madam speaker, that 100 million workers in this country will lose their employer-provided health insurance because the mandates of obamacare make it impossible to meet this requirement. it's not just a matter of being forced to provide health care for their employees, it is the type of health insurance coverage dictated by the federal government. that's why my colleagues, 60% of this country remains totally opposed to this. finally, on this slide, on this poster, obama care will ration health care. don b
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